VMware VSphere Administration

VMware VSphere Administration Training

The VMware Certified Implementation Expert – Network Virtualization (VCIX-NV) Exam tests potential certification candidates on their skills and abilities installing, configuring and administering VMware NSX® environments

Exam Pattern:

The VCIX-NV Exam consists of approximately 18 live lab activities and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 9 questions. Live lab activities consist of multiple tasks, where each task is scored. The total number of activities provided is based on the total number of tasks. Because of this, the actual number of lab activities may vary slightly between exams.

Passing Score:

The passing score for this exam is 300. The scale is from 100-500. Scaled scores are calculated using a mathematical formula that considers a variety of factors, including the number and type of exam questions included in a specific version of the exam. Because this combination may vary in different versions of the same examination, scaled scores provide a fair score for each individual based on the version of the exam taken. Points are awarded for the successful completion of each lab task. Most items on the exam are composed of several tasks, and partial credit is awarded for those tasks that are completed successfully. Candidates can choose to complete a task using different methods, as points are awarded based on successful completion, not on the steps used to complete the task.


xam Environment:

The exam consists of a number of tasks that are performed using a virtual environment consisting of a management cluster, multiple compute clusters and related virtual machines. The lab environment is based on vSphere 5.5 and NSX for vSphere 6.0.2. The VCIX-NV Exam includes troubleshooting tasks. As a result, some components may not be correctly configured, or may not have been configured at all, which is entirely intentional. In addition, some lab tasks are dependent on the successful completion of previous tasks. Every task can be completed successfully, and knowledge of how the task is completed is essential to determine what component or components must be configured or re-configured.


Course Introduction:

Introductions and course logistics Course objectives Software-Defined Data Center Describe the evolution of the software-defined data center Describe VMware vSphere® Describe VMware NSX Management and Control Plane Components Understand the management, control, and data planes Describe VMware NSX® Manager™ Describe the VMware NSX® Controller™ cluster Logical Switch Networks Describe Ethernet fundamentals Describe VMware vSphere® Distributed Switch™ Describe switch link aggregation Describe VLAN Describe VXLAN logical switch networks Describe VMware NSX Controller replication VMware NSX Logical Routing Discuss routing protocols Describe the VMware NSX logical router Describe the NSX Edge services gateway VMware NSX L2 Bridging Understand L2 bridging and use cases Describe L2 software bridging Describe L2 hardware bridging NSX Edge Gateway Services Describe network address translation Describe load balancing Describe high availability Describe virtual private networking Configure L2 VPN Configure IPsec VPN Configure SSL VPN-Plus VMware NSX Firewall and Security Services Describe the NSX Edge firewall Describe the VMware NSX distributed firewall described VMware NSX data security Describe the Service Composer Describe the identity-aware firewall Cross-center VMware NSX Understand the cross-vCenter VMware NSX feature Identify the benefits of the cross-vCenter VMware NSX feature Configure the cross-center VMware NSX feature Discuss the deployment models for cross-vCenter VMware NSX

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